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    Default 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    About to go sourcing some uprated engine mounts for my 4AGZE, I was under the assumption that they are the same as 4AGE mounts.

    I am talking AE92 FWD engine mounts of course.

    Confirmation on this would be good, not to mention a place to purchase them in Sydney ( aside from Toyota Parts ) would be good. Unfortunatly Noltec no longer make them which is a shame.

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    Gary Motorsport Inc. Too Much Toyota takai's Avatar
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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    Rear engine mount is different.

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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    I do hope you mean rear as in back of the engine bay rear. The two I want to replace are the one at the front of the timing cover and the one at the very end of the gear box.
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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    Diz, as takai suggests, the only mount that differs from an aussie AE92 SX/GTi (with 4age) is the rear gearbox mount.... yes the one at the very back of the engine bay.

    The drivers and passengers side engine mounts are the same as a 4AGE, so you are in luck
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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    Oh yeah, did we mention that the rear engine mount is a PITA to get out

    The front and side are easy as, did both on the street outside the RTA just to make a point when i regoed my car, they didnt much like the Noltec solid front mount and the sikaflexed side mounts.

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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    how about for an aw11? my lower mounts are cracked and need replacing, but i thought my only option would be replacements from toyota ($$ ) are any interchangeable to the aw11??

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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    ^^ fill them with 255 sika flex man, works wonders.

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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    is that just a band-aid solution, or a good way to fix? because the twinscrew is ready to go in so there will be a bit more stress than usual on the mounts

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    Default Re: 4AG(Z)E Engine mounts

    It works pretty well if you get them before they have ripped apart. It is still a good bandaid afterwards though. Commonly works slightly better if you have two discs of alloy in on either side too.
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